I’m currently a HackNY ‘18 Fellow and I will start soon as an intern at SeamlessDocs. Outside of my work, I am currently a pro-bono product manager for the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office, helping them build tools to fight human trafficking. You can find my resumé here.
I graduated in May from Haverford College with a major Computer Science and a minor in Linguistics. My senior thesis was on how a dependently-typed functional programming language can be used to verify parts of an implementation of a single-transferrable vote counter. My advisor was Professor Richard Eisenberg at Bryn Mawr College.
I was an intern on Facebook’s Site Integrity team. They do good work helping Facebook fight spam and malware on its platform. I worked on Sigma, one of the world’s largest Haskell codebases. You can read more about Sigma here. Before Facebook, I’ve also worked with tenten, a design/ux agency in Taiwan. If you’re looking for folks fluent in Chinese who can build you delightful and beautiful websites, you should talk to them.